8 edition of Utah historians and the reconstruction of western history found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 371-382) and index.
|LC Classifications||F591 .T675 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 388 p. :|
|Number of Pages||388|
|LC Control Number||2003047396|
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"Utah Historians" is a study by a Catholic (imagine!) scholar of five writers whose careers revolutionized the practice of Utah and Mormon history. Indeed, the quirky, craggy faces of Bernard DeVoto, Dale L. Morgan, Juanita Brooks, Wallace Stegner, and Fawn McKay Brodie on the book's cover are a Mount Rushmore of native brilliance, sculpted from salt flats Cited by: 3.
"Utah Historians" is a study by a Catholic (imagine!) scholar of five writers whose careers revolutionized the practice of Utah and Mormon history. Indeed, the quirky, craggy faces of Bernard DeVoto, Dale L. Morgan, Juanita Brooks, Wallace Stegner, and Fawn McKay Brodie on the book's cover are a Mount Rushmore of native brilliance, sculpted from salt flats and /5(3).
Utah Historians and the Reconstruction of Western Histsory By Gary Topping (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, xii + pp. $) IN A PROVOCATIVE, highly stimulating book, Gary Topping, professor of his-tory at Salt Lake Community College examines the activities and scholarship of.
Publication of this book was made possible in part by generous support from the Charles Redd Center for Western Studies. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Topping, Gary, Utah historians and the reconstruction of western history / Gary topping.
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Utah historians and the reconstruction of western history. [Gary Topping] -- "Among historians of Utah and the American West, few names have greater resonance than Bernard DeVoto, Dale Morgan, Juanita Brooks, Wallace Stegner, and Fawn McKay Brodie. Utah Historians and the Reconstruction of Western History Reviewer Brian Q.
Cannon In this engaging and creative study, Gary Topping, associate professor of history at Salt Lake Community College, examines the historical work and legacy of five scholars who wrote about Utah and Mormon history: Fawn Brodie, Bernard DeVoto, Juanita Brooks, Dale Morgan, and Wallace Stegner.
By Brian Q. Cannon, Published on 01/01/ Recommended Citation. Cannon, Brian Q. () "Utah Historians and the Reconstruction of Western History by Gary Topping," BYU Studies Quarterly: Vol.
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